This session will give insight into participatory landscape governance from an indigenous perspective. How has landscape governance been shaped over centuries by traditions, customs and local practices? What roles have been played by the various parties involved in this governance? What are the critical factors for success? What is the key to balancing ecological, economic and socio-cultural interests simultaneously? Let’s hear from indigenous leaders about the ways they have worked on landscape governance, and their ideas about what makes it work well.
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